Protection against genocide: mission impossible?

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Praeger, 2000 - History - 193 pages
Riemer and his contributors argue for a global human rights regime capable of preventing, combatting, and punishing the crime of genocide. Such a regime, they assert, will benefit from significant international changes, serious attention to prevention, effective monitoring, keenly targeted sanctions, a standing anti-genocidal police force, a philosophy of just humanitarian intervention, and a permanent international criminal tribunal.

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The Evolution of the International System and Its Impact
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With Application
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Too Little Too Late
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Copyright

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NEAL RIEMER is Andrew V. Stout Professor of Political Philosophy, emeritus, Department of Political Science, Drew University. His major books include Creative Breakthroughs in Politics, Karl Marx and Prophetic Politics, The Future of the Democratic Revolution, James Madison, The Revival of Democratic Theory, and, with Douglas Simon, The New World of Politics.

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